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What is worse than the objectification of women by men is the objectification of women by themselves.


Like the Panopticon, every prisoner in this prison of the mind is a monitor, a victim, a perpetrator. Ironically, the inmates think that they are privileged and they are proud of the small gains they make through the persecution of themselves and others.

​In this series, I was inspired by Picasso and Matisse's paintings, using colourful shapes to humanise daily objects, then show the implication of societal judgement in the relationship between women and objects, and use body language to express emotion, with the purpose of encouraging forgiving self-reflection without judgement.